With the first head transplant scheduled for 2018, many neuroscientists are skeptical the procedure will be a success. A new article questions if scientists, and the general population, will be ready for the procedure. What does it mean for the future of mankind?
Researchers have developed a new method of reducing the time it takes to grow mini brain models in the lab. This may accelerate research into diseases and injury that affect the nervous system.
Researchers used hPSCs to grow an organoid that produces inhibitory neurons and plays a critical role in the early development of the cortex.
Mini-brains that are able to grow blood vessels are paramount for future investigation of neurological disorders, researchers report.
Researchers have confirmed a key way in which the Zika virus causes damage to fetal brains.
Researchers have identified a drug candidate which appears to suppress a critical genetic alteration in dysfunctional cells.